Bestselling author Tatjana Soli sets forth an ambitious and harrowing tale in her new novel.
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A debut collection focused on quiet lives that intersect, collide, and separate – forever altered by the encounter.
In her thoughtful, entertaining new collection, Signs and Wonders, Alix Ohlin lures readers into what seem like lulls, and then, there it is: a car crash. A coma. A missing child. A man licking a woman’s leg.
Rosie Dastgir’s deeply satisfying first novel, A Small Fortune, concerns an extended Pakistani family in contemporary England.
Emily St. John Mandel’s third noir novel is a stylish and suspenseful read.
Bierlein’s debut collection features familiar, post-Sex and the City storylines, but with glimpses of originality and verve.
Can’t make it to Paris this spring? Don’t worry. Anne Korkeakivi’s debut novel, An Unexpected Guest , delivers armchair travel fresh as a fragrant baguette.
With her debut novel, Regina O’Melveny’s heroine embarks on a journey through Renaissance Europe. Indebted to The Bard, the book inhabits many worlds worth exploring.
Michael Griffith’s latest novel captures the last twenty minutes of a man’s life: Vada finishes mowing the lawn, eats cookie dough for lunch, and suffocates under the weight of his friend Wyatt’s stuffed trophy bear. It’s a joke wrapped in a pun inside a pratfall, but this book gives good pathos, too.
Jesús Ángel García’s debut “transmedia” novel, badbadbad is fast, fun, irreverent, and unlike anything else in the fiction aisle. Starring a lead character who shares the author’s name, the book follows his descent from devout webmaster to the obsessed savior of a pornographic social network. Also included: a documentary, a soundtrack, a chapter-by-chapter YouTube playlist.